Organized by topic:
Women, Gender and Politics:
Everitt, Joanna and Tracey Raney. “Winning as a Woman/Winning as a Lesbian: Voter Attitudes towards Kathleen Wynne in the 2014 Ontario Election.” In LGBT People and Electoral Politics in Canada, ed. Manon Tremblay. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press, forthcoming.
Collier, Cheryl N. and Tracey Raney. (May 5 2019). "Another barrier for women in politics: violence." The Conversation online. Link: https://theconversation.com/another-barrier-for-women-in-politics-violence-113637
Raney, Tracey, Cheryl N. Collier, Grace Lore and Andrea Spender. (March 8 2019). "Democracy During #MeToo: Taking Stock of Violence Against Women in Canadian Politics -- A Comprehensive Scope Report Prepared for Equal Voice."
Collier, Cheryl N. and Tracey Raney. 2018. “Canada's Member-to-Member Code of Conduct on Sexual Harassment in the House of Commons: Progress or Regress?" Canadian Journal of Political Science 51(4): 795-815. - nominated for the 2019 John McMenemy Prize for the best paper published in the journal annually.
Collier, Cheryl N. and Tracey Raney. 2018. “Understanding Sexism and Sexual Harassment in Politics: A Comparison of Westminster Parliaments in Australia, the United Kingdom, and Canada.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 25(3): 432-455.
Dobrowolsky, Alexandra, Fiona MacDonald, Tracey Raney, Cheryl Collier and Pascale Dufour. 2017 (June) “Finding Feminism(s): Contemporary Changes, Challenges & Opportunities.” Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Political Science 50(2): 403-410.
Dobrowolsky, Alexandra, Fiona MacDonald, Tracey Raney, Cheryl N. Collier and Pascale Dufour. 2017(June). “Finding Feminism(s) in Canadian Political Science Scholarship: Diversity and Resistance in an Era of Global Uncertainty [Introduction]." In Finding Feminisms: Contemporary Changes, Challenges and Opportunities, Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Political Science 50(2): 403-410. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S000842391700049X.
Raney, Tracey and Michelle Meagher. 2015. “Harbinger of Death: Starbuck and the Future of Woman in the Post-Apocalyptic Universe of Battlestar Galactica.” In Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Post-Apocalyptic TV and Film. ed. Barbara Gurr. Palgrave Macmillan. New York. Chapter 3, pp. 45-58.
Raney, Tracey. 2015. “Gender Identity in Deep Space: Representations of Political Leadership in ‘Battlestar Galactica.” In The Politics of Popular Culture: Negotiating Power, Identity, and Place. ed. Tim Nieguth, Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, Ch. 4, 51-64.
Raney, Tracey. 2013. “Breaking the Holding Pattern? Women in Ontario politics.” In Stalled: The Representation of Women in Canadian Governments. Eds. Linda Trimble, Jane Arscott and Manon Tremblay. UBC Press, 154-172.
Raney, Tracey. 2005 (Spring). "No Girls Allowed? How Teaching Politics in the Classroom Makes for a Better Democracy". Canadian Teacher Magazine. 7-8. Available online at: http://www.canadianteachermagazine.com/ctm_teaching_ideas/spring05_no_girls_allowed.shtml
Nieguth, Tim and Tracey Raney. 2017. “Nation-Building and Canada’s National Symbolic Order, 1993-2015. Nations and Nationalism 23(1): 87-108. DOI:
Raney, Tracey. 2017. “Patriotisms of the People: Understanding the ‘Highway of Heroes’ as a Canadian National Landmark.” In Landscapes and Landmarks of Canada: Real, Imagined, (Re)Viewed, eds. Maeve Conrick, Munroe Eagles, Jane Koustas, and Caitríona Ní Chasaide. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Chapter 3, pp.47-61.
Tonon, Laura and Tracey Raney. 2013. “Building a Conservative Nation: An Examination of Canada’s New Citizenship Guide, ‘Discover Canada’.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 47: 201-219.
Raney, Tracey. 2013(janvier-mars). "‘patriotisme par le bas’ au Canada : reconstruire l'identité nationale sur l'‘Autoroute des héros’", Critique internationale Presses de Sciences Po., Paris, 58: 19-34.
Raney, Tracey and Loleen Berdahl. 2011. “Shifting Sands? Citizens’ National Identities and Pride in Social Security in Canada.” American Review of Canadian Studies 41(3): 259-273.
Berdahl, Loleen and Tracey Raney. 2010 (Autumn). "Being Canadian in the World: Mapping the Contours of National Identity and Public Opinion on International Issues in Canada." International Journal 65(4): 995-1010.
Raney, Tracey. 2010 (December). "Quintessentially Un-American? Comparing Public Opinion on National Identity in Canada and the United States.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 42(2): 105-124.
Raney, Tracey and Loleen Berdahl. 2009. “Birds of a Feather? Citizenship Norms, Group Identity and Political Participation in Western Canada.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 42(1): 187-209.
Raney, Tracey. 2009 (Fall). “As Canadian As Possible… Under What Circumstances? Public Opinion on National Identity in Canada.” Journal of Canadian Studies. 43(3): 5-29.
Raney, Tracey. 2006 (Fall). “An Ever Farther Apart Union? Prospects For A European Community and Identity in a Post-Referenda Europe.” Review of European and Russian Affairs. Special Issue: European Identities and Minorities. 2(4): 29-51.
Raney, Tracey. 2017. “The Ontario Legislature: Living Up to its Democratic Potential in Times of Political Change.” In Ontario Politics, eds. Cheryl Collier and Jonathan Malloy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (Higher Education), Chapter 5, pp. 81-99.
Nieguth, Tim and Tracey Raney. 2015. “Guarding the Nation: Reconfiguring Canada in an Era of Neo-Conservatism.” In Canada: The State of the Federation 2012 Regions, Resources and Resiliency, eds. Loleen Berdahl, Carolyn Tuohy and Andre Juneau, Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, Queen’s University Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Ch. 10, 189-210.
Note: also published as a refereed report online listed in the following section.
Raney, Tracey, Greg Inwood and Sasha Tregebov. 2014. “Democratizing the Ontario Legislature: Change, but Change Enough?” Working Paper for the Canadian Study Parliamentary Group, Study of Provincial and Territorial Legislatures, 1-41.
Raney, Tracey. 2006 (Winter). “Democratic Renewal”. In Dialogues: The Election is Over Now What? Canada West Foundation, Calgary, Alberta. Available online: http://www.cwf.ca/abcalcwf/doc.nsf/ (Publications)/7A989F360E2D1BB0872571000079D5FF/$file/Dialogues%20Winter%202006.pdf
Raney, Tracey. 2005 (October). “A Nation of Self-Doubters? The Canadian National Identity in the New Canada”. In Diversity in Canada – Regions and Communities. Centre for Research and Information on Canada. Ottawa, Canada. CRIC Paper 18: 8-10. Available online at: http://www.cric.ca/pdf/cahiers/cricpapers_oct2005.pdf